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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - September 14, 1893, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia time pcbli8hid Ivert thursday. One Dollar per year in Advance. Best advertising mod3nm in the county books Bill Heads posters and Job printing every description done Short notice. Tour Avob Boli Otid. Philadelphia times. The e a a times advertising rate Saoi. One int three i Che. Six incl is. Half column. One column. Imo. 3 to. 6 to. A 1 50 $ 2 50 13 00 3 a 00 9 00 4 001 10 001 15 00 5 c0 12 50 25 00 12 pc 30 00 50 00 business notices ten cents per line. Volume Viii. New Philadelphia o., thursday sept. 14. 1893. Number 38. New Philadelphia times. Samuel Moore editor and proprietor Myers Block second floor North Broadway. A than a Philadelphia times will be Pubil sned every thursday morning in new Philadelphia. Ohio at the following rates one year in Advance.1.00 in not paid within three to s 1.60 a a remittances should be sent by draft registered letter Post office order to the address the proprietor. 49address All matter intended for publication. To the times. Teachers examinations. The Board examiners Tuscarawas county will meet for the examination applicants for teachers certificates As follows during 1892 and �?T93 at new Philadelphia november 26, �?T92 january 28, �?T93 february 25,�?T93 june 17, �?T93 August 12th, �?T93. At canal Dover january 7, �?T93 february 11,�?T93 april 22, �?T93 july 8,�?T93. At Uhrichsville March 11th, �?T93. At Mineral Point March 25th, �?T93. At Strasburg May 20th, �?T93. At port Washington june 3d, �?T93. examination. At new Philadelphia april 8th, �?T93 May 6th, �?T93. Examinations will begin promptly at 8 clock a. M., and no one will be admitted to the class after 9 strangers must furnish testimonials Good moral character from responsible persons with whom the examiners Are Well acquainted. Before entering the class each applicant must furnish the clerk the Board a stamped envelope with his address. All work must be done with pen and Ink and the necessary paper will be furnished by the Board. All examinations will be he d in the High school room in the respective places. Examiners we. E. Beck clerk. . Pfeifer Prett. J. Richardson. Business directory. Formerly the�?ogil8ky Jacob Foehl amp son proprietors. 0?" table second to rates 11 to $1.50 per Day. A a free bus to and from All barn accommodations. So. Broadway Cor. Front St. New Philadelphia Ohio. 36-Ly j r. Joseph f. Fox office Over cents rho a drug store new Philadelphia Ohio May found at office Day night. Office hours for diseases women from 1 to 3 p. May 25-Ly. H h. Porter attorney at Law special attention Given to business in probate court. Office and residence w High Street formerly occupied by j. A. D Richards. Or. S. Vail dentist. A Allce in City Block Over Fribley a hardware . Byron c. Hendershot. A a a pm sic Willt eco a. Svkq-e31t. Office and rooms North Broadway new Philadelphia Ohio. 17-1-y c. Ellis architect. Democratic state ticket. The Hawley House. For governor Lawrence t. Neal Ross county. For lieutenant governor William a. Taylor Franklin county. For judge supreme court John w. Sater Darke county. For treasurer state Brisbin c. Blackburn Coshocton county. For attorney general John p. Bailey Putnam county. For member Board Public works Louis p. Wilhelm Summit county. For Dairy and food commissioner p. Ii. Mckeown Hamilton county. Personal and general. Interesting items gathered from Many sources. Dem a tic Sena Tori a l ticket. For state senator 18th and 19th joint senatorial districts John a. Buchanan. County ticket. For representative David a. Lambright for probate judge Jasper h. Mitchell. For treasurer Jacob Hawk. For clerk court James f. Milar. For sheriff Basil i. Downey. For prosecuting attorney Joseppi t. Mccullough. For recorder Hugh t. Minn is. For commissioner Adam Miller. For Surveyor Fred re a Eric Lienbach . For infirmary directors full terms George Crater Short a a a Geo. K. A Timir. The revival business comes too soon for the republicans to make Campaign Buncombe out the panic. They will be As badly depressed As were the business men. G. Dunn weekly review Trade this week reports better times and that 58 Mills Haye resumed while Only 54 had shut Down thus showing that 4 Idle Mills Long standing had started up. This is very encouraging indeed. Plans Tor building any description executed Short notice. Call me at no. 48 sooth Broadway. New Philadelphia. Ohio. 21yl j r. P. Ii. Sigrist East Highstreet. New Philadelphia. Ohio f 8 to 10 a. Office hours \ 2 to 4 p. 17 to 8 p. Sundays 9 to 10 a. Cleveland. Ohio. Two Corner St. Clair and Seneca streets blocks from Union depot. R a Tel 2.00 p Day. Heated by steam elevator electric Bells and All modern improvements. 31yl the Ohio Farmers insurance company is Here to stay. It is financially Able to insure your property and pay your loss. Do not be deceived by the false representations and predictions other agents. J. Kurtz agent. I. Hendershot adjuster. S Amuel Moore attorney at Law. New Philadelphia Ohio. All professional business entrusted to his care in Tuscarawas. Harrison and adjoining counties will receive prompt and careful attention. Office in Myers Block 2d floor. Joseph Welty v a Clit i Avn and i Surveyor and civil Engineer. Business promptly attended to. New r Ili Delphi. Ohio August 14,1890. 33yl j h. Booth v a _ attorney at Law notary Public and conveyancer. Special attention paid to collections executors administrators and guardians accounts office up stairs opposite the court House. North Broadway. 47yl m. S. Maple dealer in Proto All is. We handle nothing but pure goods. Highest Market Price paid for country produce. 45rgive us a caller 215 West front Street new Phil. Near planing Mill 35-Ly executors notice. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned duly appointed and qualified As exe Fruto and executrix the last will and Testa ment Thomas b. Pounds late Tuscarawas co., 0. Deceased. Sept. 2d, 1893. Henry b. Pounds 37-3 Rebecca founds. The democratic executive committee was in session saturday. The time has arrived for Active work in the county. A thorough a animation should be effected in every voting precinct. The All important question is to get the vote to the polls. Royalty will continue to Rule old Ireland. The Home Rule Bill having been Defeated by an overwhelming majority in the House lords the 8th inst. The Yoke is not sufficiently galling to cause a United Ireland. The Emerald Isle will have to a a hide her time. If the u. S. Senate does not soon act the monetary question the party will receive 110 credit for straightening out the late inheritance from the Republican party As the business the country is righting itself rapidly. The democrats should Hustle and set their Best foot Foremost. It is claimed that gov. Mckinley the would be Champion the Labouring classes wore a a Scab hat at the opening his Campaign at Akron On tuesday. Thousands republicans in the Parade wore a a Scab hats. These hats Cost 65 cents each and Are made by imported pauper labor. Union labelled goods Are not cheap enough for Mckinley a Campaign. Union men should make a note this., some the Best horses in the state will be in attendance at the canal Dover fair sept. 19, 20, 21 and 22, the purses 011 pacing and trotting being Liberal always insures a Good attendance the Best horses. Everybody should take a rest a Day two and patronize the society by their presence. 2t the Uhrichsville and Dennison fair will be held sept. 12, 13, 14 and 15th. The attractions will be up to the usual Standard. The races Promise to be Good. There will be a balloon Ascenso thursday and Friday. Nov John p. St. Jo.hn4 is governor Kansas will address the people important issues Friday. A Large attendance is anticipated. The times and Farmers Friend $1. Per year. Fall and Winter everybody wears clothing Call and see de. , and get your Choice 2400 pieces. Chicken thieves Are numerous. Mat. Hemminger has sore Throat. Chas. Lehman is at the worlds fair. Chas. White caught an 18-lb. Pike monday. The Spicer works will resume next monday. Judge Underhill Canton was in town saturday. Rosa Fox Midvale is dangerously ill typhoid f6ver. Or. S. S. Urfer and wife Are attending the worlds fair. Or. Charles Hamilton Columbus was in this City Friday. E. J. Jenny wife and babes Cambridge Are visiting Here. Or. And mrs. Ralph Horning returned from Chicago this week. No change in the Price wheat this week. It remains at 60c. Eight courses in Franklin College new Athens enter soon. Albert Reisser and wife Are enjoy ing the sights at the worlds fair. We. Bowers was severely injured while working the sewer Friday. John Watt purchasing agent for j. , Bergholz was Here sunday. Postmaster Wyss Michael die bold and John Schwab Are at the worlds fair. We learn that some departments the rolling Mill resumed operation wednesday. Day id Wells Brownhelm is visiting his daughter mrs. Geo. H. Peck this City. Alfred Whitcomb Durango City Mexico is Here visiting his Cousin Harry Pitt. Harry Foltz a a wife have a new Boarder at their Home that weighed 10 pounds a girl. Mrs. Jas. F. Milar accompanied by her brother Karl Miller left monday Lor the worlds fair. Sheriff Adams brought John Neal Akron Here thursday to a 1, pending a charge bigamy and perjury. Isaac Johnson a former resident this City died at his Home in Dayton term., last week lung trouble. Or. Francis Kuhn and wife Massillon Were the guests mrs. H. E. Espenshied a few Days last week. Rev. G. Smith East Liberty Ohio will preach morning and evening in the lutheran Church next Sabbath. Or. Eleanor Hamilton left last week for her Home at Brazil Iowa after a Short visit with her son Lemuel in this City. Mrs. Mary Nues Derfer aged 45, Lehnus Nailey died stomach trouble sunday and was buried tuesday. It is to the interest Grain dealers to always look out for Jim Hummel the Gram dealer. Jim travels by Way the canal. Mrs. Will Smith Uhrichsville was the guest j. H. Boothe and family Friday grandma Donnell returned Home with her. Henry Graab is delighted and you May Call for what you a 12-lb boy and it came to his Home last saturday night. The excursion rate round trip to Cleveland 011 sept. 19 and 20, trom new Phil a account re Union 61st, V. I., is $3.45. Mrs. Charles Walton and son Russel Cleveland who have been visiting relatives and friends in n. P. Returned to their Home saturday. Mies Annna Belle Knisely spent saturday and Sabbath in Uhrichsville a mrs. Allan Knisely and son Virgil visited a few Days at . O. Knisely. For Sale Good meat Market and fixtures Good Trade Good town a bargain for anyone Good reason for Selling. Address the times office. Of Henry Congleton Nas been awarded the contract for the dredging and opening up Beaverdam Creek for the distance about one mile at $813. It was the lowest bid. We. Bigler promises to sell More shoes in Parmelee a store than any clerk in the City in the next ten Days All account that 9-lb girl that came to make its Home with him last tuesday. La Addy Strein Champion rope Walker and de. Neff expert Wood Carver left sunday for Chicago where they will exhibit their skill in one the largest museums in that a Middleton. We Are pleased to learn that Paddy Quinn has passed the danger line and is Able to be out upon the streets again. He will probably be More careful in making a a liquid smiles a in future. Next saturday there will be a hearing the injunction suit the Johnson electric co., is the corporation. The town refuses to let that company extend the Street r. On High Street. The Best investment you can make now is to take Stock in the Ohio nation Al building amp loan co. Call 8. Moore Secretary the new Philadelphia Branch for information. Of do you want to build a House if so take Stock in the Ohio National building amp loan co., and get your Money to build with. Done to fail to Call 8 Moore Secretary at the times office and get information the subject the Central Ohio District fair will be held at Newcomerstown oct. 3,4,5 and 6th. The purses racing Are Liberal and will attract the owners some the Best horses. This always has been a Good fair and no doubt will he fully up to the past Tifis year for a lame Back for a pain in the Side Chest try saturating a piece flannel with Corm Berlam spam Balm and binding it onto the affected parts. This treatment will cure any Ordinary Case in one two Days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottles for Sale by f. A Miller amp son druggists. The misses Galbraith entertained a number friends monday evening at their Home North seventh Street in Honor their cousins the misses Nora and Clyffe Bayly new Hagerstown. For Sale cheap a a Complete set congressional records bound new. Never in in used. Call at the times office. Of the Wallick Brothers have purchased the Jacob Stoody meat Market East High Street. They Are handling the Best meats that can be procured. They Are honorable dealers and Merit a share the Public patronage. While Chas. Schwab was whittling with a Sharp knife saturday evening Herman Rosch playfully struck at him and Schwab threw up his hand and Rosch received a painful wound in the muscle the Arm. It was entirely accidental. After fourteen weeks a pleasure and health trip across the Ocean to Paris and other Points interest . And mrs. Alex. Heingartner and son Robert returned Home last wednesday evening looking Hale and Hearty. They report a glorious trip. D. Hartman a very genteel looking Chap Cleveland and who claimed to be a dentist entered Mathias and Dicks store a few Days ago and stole Chas. Hurst s coat. He was detected Friday and lodged in jail. Attention company a pm a a the members company a pm a N. G. Are hereby ordered to report at the armory at 7 30 clock p. M., saturday september 16th, for the purpose Drill. By order Melvin a. Banker 1st Lieut commanding co. Laura e., a Little daughter . And mrs g. P. Walts died last thursday cholera inf Antum at the residence its Grandfather Henry Wallick and was buried saturday. She was a Little Darling 7 months. Worlds Cleveland Lorain amp the Elm Railroad co., will run a special excursion train to Chicago sept. 19th. Leaving new Philadelphia at 9.51 a. Tickets Good ten Days from Date Sale. One fare for round trip. J. E. Terry general freight and passenger agent. Saturday last our Ever Welcome Friend j. N. Oler who is now in the lumber business at Bergholz Jefferson county made us a pleasant Call. Jim is a Man that is As Square As a die and generous to a fault and when he Calls he has the Freedom the office. He is in business proper and his Prosperity is Good news to Man r warm friends throughout the county. Among the incidents childhood that stand out in bold Relief As our memory reverts to the Days when we were Young none Are More prominent than severe sickness. The Young Mother vividly remembers that it was chamberlains cough remedy cured her croup and in turn administers it to her own offspring and always with the Best results. For Sale by f. Miller amp son druggists. Headquarters 80th V. V. I., Newcomerstown o., september 4th, 1893.�? the re Union the 80th V. V. I. Will be held at Malvern Ohio october 4th, 1893. This is the anniversary the Battle Corinth Mississippi. Come boys one and All and bring your families As the Good people Malvern extend a cordial Welcome to the Gray haired boys in Blue. J. A. Burris adjt., Newcomerstown E. H. Mccall press to Malvern Mrs. John Mcknight Al Reno Oklahoma and miss Sadie Barr Cleveland favored the times Sanctum with a Friendly Call last week. Mrs. Mcknight was formerly mrs. Crawford 3d Street this place. Or. And mrs. Mcknight own a Fine farm near the town Al Reno and Are prospering finely. She Speaks highly the country and climate and will remain in the City for some time visiting friends. Miss Barr returned to Cleveland after a pleasant visit remember that the 43d annual fair the Tuscarawas county agricultural society will be held at canal Dover tuesday wednesday thursday and Friday september 19th, 20th, 21st, and 22d. This year promises to be equal to any former year. The list pre miufll8 is quite Liberal. Every one who can take something should secure a catalogue and be prepared to enter As Many articles As possible. 2t after being in session two Days last week and examining 35 witnesses the grand jury reported the following charges we. Fetters burglary four counts Emerson Warner burglary and larceny four counts we. Sites Burr Glary and larceny three counts Simon Kiser assault and Battery one count Fred Bolden burglary and larceny three counts Geo. Corey burglary Anc larceny three counts Olton 8tein burglary and larceny three counts Alonzo Johnson burglary and larceny one count Cal. Young burglary Anc larceny one count Alonzo Taylor burglary and larceny one count Chas Butimore burglary and larceny one count Chas. Wheeland burglary Anc. Larceny one count George Lee Petit larceny one count. Marriage permits. Ellis Anderson to Josehine Hines. Benjamin f. Smith to Ida m. Flick Mger. Peter Smith to Zaluma a. Cramer. Edward Burkle to Phoebe Glaser. John m. Huston to prudence Toner. A dear Little babe five months. The grief stricken parents have the sympathy the entire Community. Funeral services were held at the German evangelical Church tuesday at 10 00 a. Mrs. Nora Snyder Nee Hochster. Jacob Morhart to Katharine Strauss. 1,. A. N a a 11. To ii r. To Mer it Bugar Creek died after an Chas. P. Burrell to Florence b. Ros 6aillness several weeks at her Home Ewberry. Music. You cannot afford to miss the hey Wood celebrities. They Are expensive but which would you rather do pay for a cheap thing and get nothing pay for a Good thing and get your Money a Worth read the opinions the City press the hey Wood celebrities Are All Fine , ind. Morning journal. Those who failed to hear Heywood a celebrities at the opera House last night missed one the very Best entertainment the , ills. Daily bulletin. The company scored a Success the most unbounded kind. A Nashville Tenn. Daily. Choice seats at Halls jewelery store 8at. Sept. 16th, at 1 clock p. Crop conditions. Resolutions respect. Last sunday night. A ape Cottye Middle Section. The drouth continues unbroken no rain having fallen in part the Section during the past week. Corn is being Cut that Low Black soil promises fair considering the Ong continued dry weather High and Clay land some is not Worth cutting. Pastures Are rapidly drying up in sections where no ram fell pastures Are Brown and dry and Many Farmers Are feeding Stock. Clover is generally reported Good especially the Large variety Small Clover not so Good. Tobacco is mostly Cut and reported a Small crop. Potatoes Are a Small yield generally. Grapes Are plentiful but drying up the vines. Peaches generally Small and Are ripening prematurely quinces fair. Blowing is generally delayed owing to the hard condition the ground. Some seeding has been done Farmers generally waiting for Fain to prepare the ground for sowing. Water in Wells and Small streams failing. Gilmore. Hartwood. Rev. E. Ilo gland delivered his Farewell Sermon for this conference year at this place last sunday. Or. I. Hursey who has been in California for the last two three years returned recently. Or. Robert Carruthers and wife and c. H. Hunt started for the g. A. Encampment at Indianapolis last monday . Carruthers and Washington letter. From our regular correspondent. Washington d. C., sept 8, 1893. A president Cleveland said a Southern senator who had just left the White House where he had been invited to attend a conference a is not prejudiced against those democrats who Are opposed to his financial policy As far As it has been announced and he is fully aware the extent this opposition in the West and South. He believes that the Wisdom first repealing the purchasing clause the Sherman Silver Law which has Beeh so greatly denounced by the business men the country and which was explicitly promised by the Chicago platform will be so apparent after the entire financial policy his administration shall have been made Public that All divisions will soon be forgotten. The step to be taken is in his opinion to Stop the Purchase Silver but he bears no ill will towards those who differ with him be Lieving that they areas honest in their belief As he is in lug. The Only reason that he has not announced the financial some the to the worlds fair. Most de advantages the sizable route. Wife will then visit relatives near Neoga 111., and . Hunt will visit i policy his administration is that it is a sister in Missouri not yet Funy determined upon. Mind re to a. N you it is no task a Uay a week a miss Clara helter went to Ger a a a a a. A. I month to reconstruct the financial sys Mano Harrison county to remain Geo. W. Murpity spent Sabbath with his family. John a. Robison and wife spent several Days in Uhrichsville recently. Misses Blanche Gooding Daisy Kennedy Jessie Valliant and Little brother new Philadelphia visited . Gooding and family saturday and sunday. Mrs. Theo. Banning and children Are spending a few Days with relatives. The misses May and Cora Hefling visited relatives in Uhrichsville recently Eugene Cryder is erecting a new dwelling. It will improve our Little Village much to see Many new buildings. Miss Eva Hiller returned to Gnaden Hutten sunday evening to be in readiness for the opening school monday morning. Revs. Mccormick and Hoagland leave the first the present week for conference. Our sick Kinsey Clarence Curby child r. B. Orr and James Taylor the latter is one Tuscarawas county a oldest inhabitants All Are convalescing. A bitter Sweet with her sister there for a while. Two masked men entered the House mrs. Phoebe Grewell near Albany last wednesday night. One Drew a revolver and pointed it at mrs. Grewell when she seized it but he succeeded in wresting it from her injuring her hand considerably. By bravery and screams she and her neice succeeded in causing them to leave without securing any Booty. On sunday sept. 3 some person persons entered the House mrs. Isaac Hill while they were at Church and took $5. The two year old son . And mrs. Alonzo Dorsey is very sick and Little Hopes Are entertained its recovery. # t. J. Fivecoat who has been attending the Normal conducted by Tern a country 65,000,000 people which has Deen growing from bad to worse under Republican legislation until it is today As bad As it could Well be and financial Reform has become the most urgent necessity the time. Grover Cleveland has proven hims immediately to be a Man worthy to be trusted and i can see no reason Why every Democrat should not repose the most implicit Trust in him in this emergency even if their personal opinions do differ from his As to the Means to be used to reach the desired end the restoration Prosperity to the country at Large not to a Tew favored men but to everybody. I am and have always been what is known As a Silver Man but i shall unhesitatingly vote for the unconditional repeal the purchasing clause the Sherman Silver the House added amendment after amendment to the new rules reported by the committee rules until they stand As adopted almost the same As they were in the last House. Theoretically democrats find no fault with the railways entering at the worlds fair City none have better demonstrated ample ability and facilities for handling Large crowds expeditiously safely and comfortably than the Pennsylvania lines. This system railways has two principal arteries running to Chicago which i Are tapped by laterals reaching All Over Western Pennsylvania. Ohio and Indiana. The main lines stretch in direct routes from Pittsburg. Columbus Cincinnati Louisville and the intermediate territory touching at All the principal cities and towns from which throw a trains run without change to the very Gates the worlds fair. During the past year the tracks this system have undergone extensive improvements the train service has been augmented and the policy the Pennsyl Vama to promptly adopt every plan device conducting to the welfare its patrons is conspicuous in these improvements. In addition to being the most direct route to Chicago from the territory traversed by them these lines offer among other things the following vantages for a delightful trip to to the worlds fair More through daily trains to Chicago from this locality run Over the Pennsylvania lines than any other railway. The equipment includes Pullman. Vestibule dining and sleeping cars and clean and comfortable modern coaches embodying every Comfort for a pleasant trip. The Only Rock ballasted roadbed from this Vicinity 10 Chicago is the Pennsylvania so that there is no annoyance from dust and the solidity the tracks comfortable cars and enjoyable scenes through which the trains pass add to the delights a ride Over it. Passengers have the privilege leaving through trains at South Chicago grand crossing Englewood. These Are practically worlds fair stations As they Are almost within the Shadow the Gates to the grounds which can be easily reached by a ride a few blocks in Street cars. They Are also in the the midst the hotel and boarding House District adjacent to the worlds fair so that passengers who May have engaged accommodations near the grounds can easily reach them and have their baggage transferred with the least delay and discomfort As baggage will be checked from and to South Chicago grand crossing and Englewood. The main station the Pennsylvania lines in Chicago is the Chicago Union passenger station canal Street Between Adams and Madison streets in the midst the business portion and near to the principal hotels and passengers May go with their baggage to that station if they do not desire to leave trains at South Chicago grand crossing Englewood. Under the present schedule through trains run As follows Over the a fort Wayne route a la new Phil a a South Chicago. Arg cry Sig a engl Wood. Arch Imago 6 15 a m 2 10 pm 8 52 p m 5 46 a m 1 8 59 p 5 54 a 9 05 pm 6 00 am 9 30 p 6 25 a prof. Beaschler in pleasant Valley the liberality with which the rules treat returned last Friday to his Home in har risen county. He begins his first term school today monday near his Home. We wish him Success. Mary Gengnagel will go to Columbus next wednesday to take her Little daughter Emma to the A and school. Or. Theo. Weiss Earth will Start the right the minority but there is reason to fear that when the Tariff Bill the Bill for the repeal the Federal election Laws and other measures against which the republicans will be disposed to filibuster gets before the House they will be found too lenient towards the minority. It is an old and True Maxim that the Devil must be fought with fire a and Many think that it would have been Wisdom to have followed the precedent set by the next tuesday for Bethlehem a. To republicans in the fifty first Congress continue his studies in tic moravian theological Simi uary. Several his relatives and intimate friends called him last sunday to spend a few hours with him. They All join in wishing him Success in Lis studies. John Miller will ship a Carload horses this week. The Box social at this place last saturday evening netted $11. X. Y. Z. Port Washington. Ikey Stewart sr., Glasgow was Given a cruel thrashing last thursday evening by mrs. James Casteel who it is said has been slandering and having malicious reports published in the Dover news concerning her. Untrue statements regarding others have been seen in print under the heading a Buck Horn Valley a d. N. We do not think the editor the news would knowingly publish any false statements and Hope he will make the correction and As to the correspondent we think he had better keep quiet. A Doggerel was also seen in the new purporting to have been written by this fellow but upon investigation made since we Are convinced that he never wrote it. Rev. Schettle officiated at the moravian Church Sabbath evening. Rev. Clewell attended the s. S. Meeting at canal Dover saturday and sunday. The social the y. P. S. Of c. E. Held at the residence j. V. Sperling was a grand Success lunch and lemonade were served and a general Good time was had. Baltic. Schoenbrum Lodge no. 430, i.o. F passed the following resolutions re Spect whereas it has pleased almighty god to remove from among us by the hand death brother Frederick Moser an old and respected member our order. Therefore be it resolved by Schoenbrum Lodge no. 430, i. O. O. Of that in the death brother Moser our order has lost a faithful member his family a kind and devoted husband and father the Community a Good citizen. Resolved that we tender our Heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved ones and As a Mark respect to the memory the departed cause our Lodge room to be draped in mourning for the period thirty Days. Resolved that a copy these resolutions be delivered to the family the deceased and a copy sent to each the papers the City for publication. John Kaderly i , \ com. T. W. Fribley j to prevent car sickness headache and to give restful sleep so difficult to obtain while travelling . Wheelers nerve Vitalizer has no equal. Taken at bed time it quiets the tired nerves insuring Sweet sleep. $1 d. F. Gentsch. A cheap visit to the worlds fair. From Pittsburg to Chicago and return and seven nights lodging for $19.50. The Pittsburg Post is fitting out excursions at the Abov Low rate. Everything first class. Tickets Good for 60 Days Over the Pittsburg amp Lake Erie Railroad. For full particulars see a the Hills Chloride Gold tablets Are not a substitute but a positive cure for the tobacco opium habit. Thous ands testify to their efficiency. Ask your local druggist for them write to the Ohio chemical co., Lima Ohio. Hartwood. Miss Anna Schott new Phil a. Is the Gusst her sister mrs. John Thomas. Mrs. J. Schutzbach is visiting her parents Here . And mrs. Berkey. Or. Ii. S. Is in Chicago at the big fair. J. Ii. Linkou returned from Chicago saturday. iss Naomi Norris Bakersville has visited mrs. J. Ii. Zinkon for several weeks. Little Myrtle Al nobler entertainer a number Ner Little friends at her Home saturday afternoon and evening. A. D. Crile and family have left our Little Village. He enters a theological school at Philadelphia to take a four years course study. Since our last writing two Surprise parties have been Given Here. Mrs. A. Denzer had More than fifty invited guests to spend the birthday evening . Denzer. The children mrs. Sam Rinehart gave her a a Surprise about the same time. Refreshments were served at both parties and All had a delightful time. The death messenger came to the Home . And mrs. H. Shutt and removed from it their Only child last weeks letter. D. And l. A. Carruthers returned recently from Chicago. They visited relatives in Central Illinois while away. J. W. Murphy Henry Reitz and Albert Murphy returned from the worlds fair last tuesday. Or. Jacob Reitz and wife started last week for Chicago and after seeing the White City will visit relatives in Minnesota. Or. Hammond Bond purchased the Retzler farm 100 acres at the Sale aug. 26. Married.�? aug. 27, at the Bride s residence . Albert m. Blair and miss Francis Murphy Rev. J. B. Mccormick officiating. Married.�? aug. 30, at the brides residence . James d. Hunt and miss Birdie Hurst a. After the mar rape ceremony was performed they visited the state fair at Columbus. Married.�? sep. 3, at the brides residence . John a. Carruthers and miss Nettie Worley Rev. J. B. Mccormick officiating. These Are All worthy Young people and we heartily extend our congratulations. George and Theodore Weingarth started for the worlds fair last wednesday. 8everal from this Vicinity attended the Cook amp Whitby show at Newcomerstown last tuesday. We understand that several will be Wiser by that Days experience . Silas Berkshire Illinois has been visiting relatives in this Community for some time and started his homeward journey the first the week. Or. Chas. Buehl and granddaughter Inez Haver Columbus o., were visiting the family . Nicholas Weingarth recently. D. Carruthers made a business trip to Uhrichsville last week . And have made the rules stringent enough to control the minority when it was so desired. A much ado about nothing is All the talk about the votes in the Senate this week. With Twenty senators absent the Silver senators Defeated senator Vorhees two propositions one to go into executive session while senator Stewart was making his Long speech and the other to adjourn. The votes have also Lully no significance As far the final result is concerned. The situation stands precisely As it did before a the Bill will be debated a reasonable time unless an agreement is reached setting a time to vote and then an attempt will result is merely to express individual opinion to make a guess. Since president Cleveland made an address at the opening the pan american medical Congress now in session there has been decided a let up the silly stories about his being in bad health stories w hich never had any better foundation than the imaginations their disseminators. Senator Morgan Alabama this week introduced a concurrent Resolution for the appointment a joint committee finance to be composed seven senators and seven members the House for the purpose making an examination into the financial and monetary condition the government and people the United states. The Resolution enumerates the following subjects to be investigated and reported upon by the committee the full partial de monetization Legal tender Silver coins the ratio Winch should be established Between Gold and Silver Laws relating to Legal tender and for the prevention unjust discrimination in the several kinds Money the repeal the tax state Hank currency the causes the present embarrassed condition the people and the National Banks and what further legis latian is necessary to prevent National Banks abusing their Power under the Law. The last subject is particularly interesting just now in View the statements that certain new York National Banks made More than $1,000,000 by Selling currency at a Premium while declining to Cash depositors checks. At All the stations mentioned will be found courteous employees who will cheerfully furnish any desired information and direct passengers to certain streets avenues upon which their hotel boarding House maybe located. Visitors will find special information bureaus these lines the exposition grounds one being located Midway Plais Ance in the Adams express company a building and another in the Pennsylvania Railroad company a individual exhibit building near the 64th Street Entrance. Time cards maps and any information pertaining to trails can be obtained there. The City ticket office the Pennsylvania lines is located at no. 248 South Clark Street Corner Jackson and at this office As Well As at the Union passenger station 011 canal Street Between Adams and Madison streets time cards and information can be obtained and sleeping car accommodations secured. Or. U. It. Dering assistant general passenger agent will be found at no. 248 South Clark Street and an application addressed to him will be promptly responded to by that gentleman one his representatives to Aid passengers in arranging details a trip. Rates Over the Pennsylvania lines for the worlds fair have been reasonable since its inauguration. The regular round trip rate to Chicago Good returning thirty Days is $24.30 from new Philadelphia some Days before the opening the fair a round trip rate $14 75 was made from this Point. This rate is for tickets Good going any time before october 31, and Good returning until nov. 5th. Another special rate account the worlds fair is in effect and Lias a ten Day return limit. It is $13.50 from new Philadelphia besides the above there is a special excursion rate $10.00 round trip from new Philadelphia for the special coach excursions run periodically and which Are duly advertised. This is also a ten Day limit rate. It will be seen that the concessions in fare have been arranged to suit All tastes and requirements the privileges enjoyed being employed As a basis upon which to make the reductions and considering the Superior service and advantages offered the reductions have been Liberal. Information the subject can be obtained from any Pennsylvania line ticket agent by addressing f. Dusen chief assistant general passenger agent Pittsburg a. 37-2 the old and the new. Which do you prefer if you want to find what is newest in shoes go to Parmelee a. The old he does not keep. Low prices Rule the Day at Parmelee a shoe store 116 East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Hica Elk dam Valley Brick Yard new Philadelphia Ohio. John off Holder proper first class Brick and rooting tile always hand at moderate prices. Give a a Cal 60yl Sale Illidge Bonds. Auditors office Tuscarawas county I new Philadelphia 0., 8ept. 4, 1893. J the Board commissioners Tuscarawas county Ohio will receive sealed proposals for the Sale $20,000 Tuscarawas county Bridge Bonds with coupons at this office up to 12 clock 111., Friday sept. 22d, 1893. Bonds to be issued in denominations $1,000 and to Bear interest at the rate 6 per cent per annul payable Semi annually and to be delivered 011 Day Sale. Interest payable March 1st, 189j, and every six months thereafter until redeemed. Said Bonds to become due As follows $5,000 and interest March 1st, 1895 $5,000 and interest september 1st, 1s95 $5,000 Ami interest March 1st, 1896 $3,000 and interest september 1st, 1896. Bonds and interest payable at the Treasury said county. The above named Bonds Are issued under authority Section s71 revised statutes Ohio ind special act passed april 14th, 1892. Volume 89, 0. L., Page 628. Bids will be received for one Bond with Pri Pelege any amount the whole for the whole sum $20,000. The Board reserves the right to reject any All bids. Bonds must not sell for less than face value. Proposals to be in writing signed by the party sealed and addressed to the Board county commissioners worded a bids for Bridge by order Board county commissioners 37-3 de. A. Walter county auditor. For Sale Trade. Cheap rates to Chicago. To a id s fair excursions via Pennsylvania lines sept. 23d. On account the i. O. O. F. Columbian demonstration at the world s fair sept. 25th, and 27th, and Christianen Deavor Day sept. 25th, special Low rate excursion tickets to Chicago will be sold from ticket stations the Pennsylvania lines saturday sept. 23d. Tie Low rate excursion tickets will be Good returning until oct. 2d, inclusive. For details see hand Bills apply to nearest Pennsylvania line ticket agent. _ 38 w2 Dover fair. The Dover fair has always been one the Best in Eastern Ohio. The managers Are determined to make this the Best one for years past. The Halls Are always Well filled and will be this year. The exhibition Stock All kinds is Well Worth the time any Farmer to see. This is the Way to improve your Stock by finding out the Best Breeds take a Days recreation and go to the Dover your family with you for there is no greater enjoyment for children. It is a duty you owe to the society to Aid it by your presence. The Cost is Small. Remember the Date sept. 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd. There will be a Fine display Young horses the Best Breeding at the Dover fair. The races will be Good. Done to fail to see this Stock and the races. Transfers real estate. J. Cross to j. B. Sheets lot 12, Uhrichsville $200. W. Truax to Phebe a. Traux lot 10, Barnhill $400. Andrew Deis to John Deis sr., lot 414, Dover $1600. H. W. Enck to Nellie Benson 40-100 acres Dover $850. Ella m. And j. Metzger to Chas. Birch part lots 489 490, new Philadelphia $1425. S. F. Sweitzer to John nagely lot 14, new Philadelphia $275. A. B. Kline to w. Kline 5 83-100 acres Salem $325. H. Ii. Porter to Gottfried Kitchen Maun 148 40-100 acres Salem $3000. L hos. Leggett to b. K. Cameron 48 42-100 acres Warren $868. D. Grimes to Margaret h. Johns lot 79, new Philadelphia $250. A. E. Orr to Mary a. Orr part lot 71, Gilmore $225. J. F. Bonner to r. F. And Margaret Gardner lot 18, Dennison $4025. J. Pocock to Carrie s. Shaw lot 10 Newcomerstown $450. T. Fulmer to Philip Reifenschnei Der 6 acres Dover $500. Mary And j. W. Fredenbur to Clara j. Edie 29 acres Mill $875. Jos. Stoutte sexes a to Lewis Gorsage lot 8, Strasburg $125. The Brock Hill Coal to Theodore Truax lot 24, Goshen $40. I. Hochstetler to Frederick an Dreas 1-10 acre sugar Creek $5. Lloyd Murphy to j. W. Murphy 100 acres Washington $2500. Maurice Moody to j. S. Meld run lot 11 and 12 Dennison $300. Maurice Moody to F. Murphy lots 1 and 2, Dennison $250. Ellen c. And G. Ile wig to l. L Dunlavy lot 5, Uhrichsville $50. Sheriff Adams to j. T. O Donnell 3-55-100 acres Mill $1,300. Sheriff Adams to Clara j. Edie about 106 acres Mill $5,500. W. E. Case to c. A. Hart lot 3, new Comers oven $900. Amelia and John Strickmaker to Annie m. Sherry 3-10 acres Dover $1,200 Annie m. And j. J. Sherry to Theo Dore Ripple 3 10 acre Dover $2,400. Cora 1. And Beans to Jacob Ren Necker 15$ acres Warren $1. John Lawver to j. F. Cahill lot 3 Dennison $600. W. Hill to s. A Auld lot 6 part 5 Dennison $200. Alfred Davis to c. F. Brinkman lot 158, Mineral $1,100. A farm 82$ acres Lapoli Well located about l j Miles from the Cincinnati amp Southern r. R., and about 147 Miles South Cincinnati 111 the state Kentucky. The farm is level and gently rolling and has about 60 acres cleared and the remainder Good Timber. Good Orchard and fair buildings 011 the farm Good neighbourhood and Good climate. Will Trade for town property for a Stock boots and shoes grocery Stock general merchandise. Address the times Effice. Of worlds columbian exposition sex Over Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway mondays each week at half fare. Commencing monday sept. 4, and continuing every monday during the month september the Wheeling amp Lake Erie railway will sell excursion tickets from All stations to Chicago and return at one fare for the round trip. Tickets limited to ten Days. Children Between 5 and 12 years age half excursion rates. I n addition to mondays wednesday september 13th, will be a general excursion Day for All desiring to be present at the exposition Ohio Day thursday september 14th. Monday sept. 4th, monday sept. 11th, wednesday sept. 13th, monday sept. 18th, monday sept. 25th, excursion tickets and further information can be obtained from any agent the Wheeling it pc Lake Erie railway p. J. Hines. Travelling passenger agent Toledo Ohio. A. G. Blair Jen. Manager. James m. Hall Gen. Pass. At. Toledo Ohio. 37-3 account the West Virginia exposition and state fair at Wheeling w. Va., sept. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, the c. Amp w. Will sell tickets for $2.55 round trip. Chamberlains Eye and skin ointment. A certain cure for chronic sore eyes Tetter Salt Rheum scald head old chronic sore3, fever sores eczema itch Prairie scratches sore nipples and piles. It is Cooling and soothing. Hundreds cases have been cured by it after All other treatment had failed. It is put up in 25 and go cent boxes. Fore ale by . Miller a son druggists. Wake there is a new Butcher shop not far away where you get the Best meat for the lowest pay j aws and Teeth Are not so wan the Public they Are catching Wallick Bros have to get a move three times a Day. Fresh and Salt meats sausage lard amp a. Amp a. 49your rent intercut will be nerved at Wallick bros., Schreiver by la a. East High Street new Philadelphia Ohio. Now is the time to Wake up your liver. It s the time when All nature wakes up and the whole human system undergoes a change. Bin your future health depends largely the present action the liver which ought to be very Active now to throw off any impurity. To it1 your t a a you should take Simmons liver regulator natures own remedy purely vegetable it gives new life to the whole body. Prepared in liquid and in powder to be made into Tea. Liver

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